Patient access to hormonal contraception is moving along smoothly in Oregon

More than 2,000 Oregon women have visited their pharmacists for hormonal contraception prescriptions since a law authorizing pharmacists to provide the service took effect in January. In less than 1 year, the policy has proven to be good for patients, good for provider relationships, and good for business.

More than 2,000 Oregon women have visited their pharmacists for hormonal contraception prescriptions since a law authorizing pharmacists to provide the service took effect in January. In less than 1 year, the policy has proven to be good for patients, good for provider relationships, and good for business.